Malaga (1978). Antonio Javier studied Journalism and Advanced Studies at Malaga University. He joined SUR in 1999 and has specialised in Arts and Culture since 2004. He won the first Ciudad de Málaga Prize for Journalism.
The eyes are rather red and the pupils dilated, but the mouth arches slightly upwards, almost against his will. It is the face of a child who has been crying, and has just managed a bit of a smile. That emotion, between complicity and tenderness, is
A bearded and naked man with a bull's mask pulled back from his face kneels on the earth. Facing him a woman, also naked, raises her arms with a barbed stick in each hand in a powerful and triumphant dance. Watching are a female bandit, a monkey, a g
"I'm interested in the poetic reason of María Zambrano, to understand the world through serene meditative thought. I've tried to include that in my work, to depict the emotions that we try to resist." Aixa Portero says each word measuredly as if tryi
In the 1950s, a young man from an industrial town who had started to make a fortune as an illustrator in the Big Apple, wrote to the director of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Alfred Barr, offering one of his works to the institution. The
The Mediterranean Sea is the heart and soul of the new exhibition that opened on Wednesday at the Carmen Thyssen art museum in Malaga. The gallery continues its pledge to deliver quality with this selection of 62 pieces sourced from 33 national and i
The lychees are waiting in a wicker basket as a bee seems to dive down to them. The fruits are little more than a translucid stain of mauve colouring diluted in water, but for the interiors the artist has used more energetic brushstrokes. The same oc
In 1917 Pablo Ruiz Picasso set up his studio at number 110 Via Margutta in Rome to paint the sets for the ballet Parade. Half a century later Federico Fellini moved into the same house. The coincidence could well be a metaphor for the relationship be
The party thought there was too much sky and not enough of the leader, so it refused to allow the painting to be put on display to the public and 'Lenin at the tribunal' (1927) by Isaac Brodsky was therefore kept in storage for years. His style met t
The Centre Pompidou and Malaga city hall have reached an initial agreement which sets out a plan for the museum to remain in the city for a further five years, extending the current deal which ran until 2020 to 2025.
The branch of the French galler
Malaga has maintained its position as the Spanish city with the fifth best cultural attractions in the latest study by Fundación Contemporánea.
THE CITIES IN 2017
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"Malaga represents an admirable paradox: that of being one of the oldest cities in Europe while at the same time one of the most modern." These were the words of King Felipe, barely three sentences into his speech during the presentation of Gold Meda
King Felipe and Queen Letizia arrived in Malaga on Tuesday morning to preside over the presentation of Gold Medals for Achievements in Fine Art, which recognised the work of a score of creators and cultural institutions.
The event began at 11.30am
Some outdoor works of art become such a part of everyday life that they end up as emblems of their location. In Malaga, one of these is 'Moving Man' (2002), Stephan Balkenhol's sculpture of a man which is outside the entrance to the Contemporary Art
Henry Kahnweiler was a German-born art historian, collector and one of the most notable French art dealers of the 20th century. He had the money and the power to make the difference between who was a successful artist and who wasn't. He was fascinate
Queen Letizia was on the Costa del Sol on Monday morning to preside over the opening of the annual meeting of directors of the Instituto Cervantes, which took place in Malaga's Tabacalera building.
The Instituto Cervantes, a worldwide non-profit go
Tourists at the Antequera dolmen complex onSaturday didn't realise that they had chosen a special occasion for their visit. As teenager Víctor peered into the well inside the Viera Dolmen, he repeated the word "amazing" like a mantra. Víctor, who had
Many visitors to Malaga's historic centre have had their curiosity aroused by the giant text written in Latin on the brown wall of the visitor centre next to the city's Roman Theatre. The words reveal a fascinating and long-forgotten story about the
He claims that his website contains 10,000 creations that are "complete or still to come". Some of them already form part of the interior landscape of millions of homes and design manuals around the world. Philippe Starck (Paris, 1949) has put a juic
In Malaga on Wednesday Philippe Starck spoke of the other project that links him to the province of Malaga, the oil mill in Ronda.
"I'm going to create the most incredible object of my life in Ronda," said Starck, referring to the 18-million-euro
"You are about to enter the brain of someone who works and looks for solutions, sometimes useful, sometimes useless, but always interesting." This was how Phillipe Starck described the exhibition, 'Starck, Secret Drawings', that opened this week in t
The Hall of Mirrors at Malaga city hall filled with artists and politicians, from both the national and international arena, to witness the presentation of an honorary OBE to Fernando Francés, the director of the CAC (Malaga's Contemporary Art Centre
The Spanish Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (Pintores con la Boca y el Pie), a group of artists that have used their creativity to overcome their physical limitations in creating art using their mouth and feet, are now exhibiting their
Picasso's grandson, Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, was in Malaga on Monday to unveil the new collection on display from Tuesday at the Malaga Picasso Museum (MPM).
Malaga tells the story of Picasso
He was joined by director, José Leb
The 'Kandinsky and Russia' temporary exhibition has been open to the public since Tuesday in Malaga's Russian museum after it waved goodbye to the 'Chagall and his Russian contemporaries' collection a few days ago. Visitors have until 16 July to see
'La boca' - meaning 'the mouth' - is the name of an exhibition by young artist Beatriz Ros which is currently open at the Yuster/Giner Gallery.
Artist. Beatriz Ros (Malaga, 1984).
Venue. Galería Yusto/Giner. C/ Madera, 9. Marbella.
Police and government officials gave more details last weekend of the gang that was recently arrested for a string of violent bank cashpoint robberies across Malaga province over the last few months.
National Police and Guardia Civil arrested five
Artist. Kimsooja (Daegu, South Korea, 1957).
Venue. CAC Málaga.
Dates and opening hours. Until 8 January 2017. Open Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am to 8pm. Entrance is free of charge.
Kimsooja speaks in a soft voice, delicate but firm
'Cervantes in the Russian Museum collection'
On display: A collection of 61 pieces including paintings, drawings, etchings and books.
Highlights: The painting 'Don Quijote' (1980-1985) by Helium Korzhev and the etchings by Ilya Repin, Konstatin Rud
The exhibition by Malaga artist Eugenio Chicano consists of 32 canvases created over the last five years.
When. Until 5 February, Tues -Sun 10am-2pm and 5pm-8pm.
Where. Salas La Coracha in the Museo del Patrimonio Municipal, Paseo de